The Leader’s Most Sacred Work

The study of leadership is one that is as conflicted as it is popular. There is often more discussion and debate about leadership than there is real demonstration of it. Like every subject, what we believe about the life and influence of a leader…

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How To Learn To Pray

We are all students when it comes to prayer. Andrew Murray wrote a classic book called With Christ In The School of Prayer. I must confess to you…

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Victims or Victors?

It seems so many want to be the “victim” today. To be sure, there are wounded souls who have been victims of horrible abuse and heinous crimes and…

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3 Things Every Preacher Must Remember

There is something very special and deeply spiritual about the moment when we are called to stand before a group of people - any people! anywhere! -…

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Starting Tomorrow – Sign Up Today!

For the last several years we have been publishing devotional articles on our website and sending them to friends who were subscribed to the blog. We…

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What the “Cancel Culture” Can’t Touch

The only reason people have to knowingly promote a lie is that, for some reason, they are afraid of the truth. God’s people never have to fear the…

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Don’t Be The Devil’s Messenger!

Satan is a liar and a critic. Scripture identifies him as “the accuser of our brethren” (Revelation 12:10). Sadly, he gets a lot of help from many…

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Victims or Victors?

It seems so many want to be the “victim” today. To be sure, there are wounded souls who have been victims of horrible abuse and heinous crimes and those hurts are very real. The church of the Lord Jesus Christ must be the place where people can find…

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When We Are Blessed…

Blessed people often become the most rebellious. If you don't believe me, look at God's chosen people, the nation of Israel. When we are full of…

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Thanks for Your Patience!

A little over a month ago we sold out of the hardback edition of Revival Praying. I am truly grateful to God for the reception the book has received…

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The Gospel Answer to Racial Prejudice

Born in the 1970's, I just missed the civil rights movement of the previous decade. My friends and I read about the injustices and racial tensions…

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Preachers Need Preaching Too!

It was only after I went into full time evangelism that I began to appreciate how much good preaching I had been privileged to listen to…and how…

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7 Rules for Getting More Done

I am happy that in the early years of my life and ministry I was put in a position where there was more to get done than there was time. Hard work…

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What We Really Need

We are one month into the new year! How are your resolutions holding up? I am not a critic of resolutions; they have very often marked turning…

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God’s Word and Work – A Look Ahead

Every year that I can remember my dad has conducted a special meeting at the beginning of the year for those who labor in our home church. For the…

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The Next Leg of the Race

Life is a marathon, not a sprint. Each phase of the race is both distinct and essential to the whole. We have begun, in many respects, the next leg…

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4 Stages In A Prayer Meeting

Recently I saw where a prominent Christian leader suggested that perhaps this would be a good time for churches to begin having prayer meetings…

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What Does GOD Think of Abortion?

Yesterday was the 48th anniversary of Roe v. Wade. In less than a half a century over 61 million babies have been put to death by abortion. This…

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The Scariest Job In the World

Every job has its drawbacks and even its dangers. But, what is the scariest job in the world? It is a job that many of us have! The scariest job…

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Thoughts for Christian Citizens

All Christians have a dual citizenship. We are temporary, earthly citizens of the nation where God has providentially allowed us to live and we are…

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